From the English Channel to the airport in Rome, Europe’s crossing points offer migrants hope and hardship.
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The lack of drugs to cure or prevent Ebola shows that the private drug development is not meeting public health needs. Luckily, a new public model is emerging.
In the midst of the social and political changes happening in Kyrgyzstan, significant reform is also happening in the education system. A new curriculum framework has been approved that is built on open society values.
When governments hinder trans people from obtaining documents that match their gender, trans people may face outing, harassment, and violence.
Details emerged during a UK Supreme Court hearing of secret British discussions with Vietnam, aimed at securing the deportation of a Vietnamese-born an alleged al-Qaida associate, who had been stripped of UK citizenship.
Photographer Brandon Thibodeaux discusses his visit to the Texas–Mexico border region to document the growing human cost of U.S. immigration policy.
Asia boasts some of the harshest laws in the world; however, there are regional pioneers that are charting new courses on drug policy.
In many countries, governments reward loyal media with millions in advertising revenue and, in doing so, stifle critical information.
Trigeparken—a public housing estate just outside Aarhus city in Denmark—is on the Danish list of “ghettos.” But this labelling only enhances stigma and does not do justice to its citizens.
The Step by Step Program has developed over the last 20 years into a strong network working to improve the lives of young children and families.
The case of Pham Minh Quang before the UK Supreme Court raises fundamental questions about the obligations of governments under the 1954 convention on eliminating statelessness.